New Professionals Institute 2.0 Pre-Con


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thursday, oct. 31, 2019 1 - 4 PM

who should attend?

Based upon previous attendee feedback, we are offering in 2019 two pre-con tracks around the topic of career preparedness and new professionalism. One track is for undergraduates and the other is for new professionals in higher education.

Why not get a head start or adjust your current practices to ensure a successful start to your career? 

Topics include: professionalism in higher education, career mapping, financial planning, interviewing, and so on.

An additional fee of $49 is required.

there's more

In addition to the enormous quality of 3 straight hours of “to the point” programming offered in the NPI 2.0 Pre-Con, participants will also receive the following:

  • Professional Photo for use on social media

  • Resume review

  • Pre-Conference Reception in the Presidential Suite




Starting with the End in Mind

Presenter: Nancy Hunter Denney 

Do you know, really know where you want to be in five years, ten years or even next year?  Whether a career bound undergraduate, graduate student, new professional (six years working or less) this intensive session gets personal and asks the tough questions, offers perspective and will leave you more equipped to make decisions about your future.  Ms. Denney offers 35 years of experience ranging from being a student affairs professional to an entrepreneur.  Conversations and considerations around being your own boss, navigating the work place and being a Millennial or Gen Zer in an environment with three older generations who just don't "get you."  Casual attire (shorts and flip flops) is most appropriate on this "plus one" last day.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Build a leadership and career brand that’s congruent with your value system and passions

  • Map out a career strategy based upon your assessed competency strengths, life style preferences and other significant criteria

  • Identify a growth strategy for professional and career mobility

  • Acknowledgement of self-care practices via assessments and impact on career choice


 
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